Cabbage Roll Casserole

Do you make cabbage rolls?  You know, the cabbage leaf stuffed with cooked meat, rice, onions, and seasonings?   Cabbage “rolls” are popular among Europeans and traditionally served among the Jewish on  Simchat Torah. I’ve read that stuffed cabbage is said to have entered Jewish cooking some 2,000 years ago.  Recipes vary depending on region; Romanians and northern Poles prefer … Read more

Say YES To A Family Reunion and Roasted Sliced Cabbage

Have I told you how wonderful it is to have a family reunion?  No?  Well, let me tell you … When I was growing up in the 1950’s-60’s-and 70’s my father’s family held a family reunion every summer, usually in the city park either in Friend, Seward,  or Beaver Crossing, Nebraska.  My grandparents had 6 … Read more

Italian Cabbage Soup and Pinterest!

Walking Through the Bible in One Year  — Bringing the Story to Life This weeks reading plan per day: Monday (Genesis 1-3)  Tuesday (Genesis 4-7)  Wednesday (Genesis 8-11)  Thursday (Genesis 12-15)  Friday (Genesis 16-18)  Saturday (Genesis 19-21)  Sunday (Genesis 22-24) Pinterest is a bookmarking site and virtual Pinboard exploding with growth on the internet.  Pinterest … Read more

My first blog post and Asian Slaw!

About 1 ½ years ago I started this blog using blogger.com software.  I had trouble trying to create the look and fluidity that I wanted within the website.  After a couple of attempts, I put it on the back burner.  Now, after researching and finding WordPress.com software I am once again embarking on this adventure!  I … Read more